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By tho National Biscuit Co. of their fino lino
jj of Crackora and Cakes
at our store.
5 Como and hrjng ynur frienda.
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MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1914.
ONE COPY ONE CENT.
PUBLIC IHI LEDGER
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Could you bo truo to hair of blue,
If you gazed upon hair of groon?
Or If a bead of Turkey red
Enraptured you with its sheen?
Would you dnro wink if locks of pluk
Camo jauntily dancing by?
I'd like to know n day or so
Beforo I buy my dye!
Plerco Oil Company will seek to Yo
MBS. CUU.EN REOOVERINCh
Tho many friends of Mrs. James Cul
len will bo pleased to know she is re
covering from tho sevcro burns sho re
colvod on the face a few days ago by
tho explosion of n gas stove at hor
homo iu West Second stroot.
Haudmado cakes, caudy, pies, salad,
etc., will bo on salo Friday of this
vvook at J. J. Wood & Son's drug store
by tho ladies of tho Central Prcsby
terian Church. Sale begins at 10
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the steady
outnut ot coal during tho last few
ypaTs has made the dealers push for
wider markets, We are going to eel
more Hade your trade by giving
you a ereater value for your money.
You will never get out ol debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
We now have it Wo are positive it will not ba sold at this
price again during this year. Come h ml get it wh'le it lasts.
This lumber can bo used for outbuildings, cheap barn skiing
or most any purpose except fine finishing work. Buy it now.
You will need it before you '-.n get it again at this priee.
The Mason Lumber Co. '
Cor. Second and Limestone Sts. Phone 519. MAYSVILLE, KY.
A. A. McLaughlin. L. N. Bkiian.
William L. Markwell has been ap
pointed postmastor at Foxport, Floming
At Washington City, Judgo D. Thew
Wright was cleared of tho charges
Anyono having a picture of Mr. John
Mcllvainy will confer a favor on tbo
trustees of Wilson Hospital by bring
ing samo to Brosee's Studio. ll-3t
f: & lifiras a-
W- Mj& mmiwM. Pine Lumber tP-'
FBESH FISn DAILY.
Fresh fish rocelved every day during
25-tf WALLACE'S RESTAURANT.
Frank B. Murphy, a theater managor
at Newport, Ky., was fined $50 on a
chargo of contributing to tho del in
quoncy of n young girl.
Many banks in Kentucky aro joining
tl o Insurance trust in trying to nullify
tho Insurance law.
before putting them at the spring work.
Every horse is better for a good clipping. It not only
improves the appearance, but clipped horses rest better,
do better work and get more good from their feed.
Clip with the famous
Stewrt Ball Bearing
Turns easiest clips fast lasts long. Fully $7.50
guaranteed and costs only ...... f aaa"
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First and host, lots
now on pae.
f Ilemnaute of Wallpaper
Prices 35c nor lot up.
Prifod to rr.aku room
5 J. T. KACKLEY & CO. g
5 For rfll First-Class Rasnl nn Enpino and Oynamn. 5
WILD-EYED BILL TAILED TO PASS,
Tho Kontuckj Bank deposit guar
anteo bill met defeat in tbo Sonatc yes
terday afternoon by a voto of 20 to 5.
MAYSVILLE MARKET BEST
Tobacco Brings More Manay Hom All
Things Considered, Than In
Maysvillo always leads.
Yesterday a farmer brought tho re
mainder of his tobacco crop to tho
Gjowors' warehouso in this city. Ho
said he had takon part of tho crop to n
wnrchouso in a noarby town nnd it only
brought 6 cents.
That part he brought hero ho sold
A few days ago a man split his crop
and brought part to Maysvillo and tho
other half to another town. At the
Growers' houso ho got an avorago of
$1.50 per hundred moro than ho did iu
tho other place.
Moral If you want good prices bring
your tobacco to Maysville.
DEATH CALLS OAPT. W. II.
Captain William II. ITcrbert died yes
tcrday morning at his homo in Aber
deen, after a long and painful illness.
Captiin Herbert was born in London
England, .7 lily 11, 1S25, coming to Aber
deen in If 59 nnd has mado that villajro
his homo since that time. On tho fifth
day of last October lie and Mrs. Horbort
celebr.ittvi their sixty-third marriago an-i.ivorsary
Are We Your Druggists?
If not, why not? Our mothods of dealing
squarely with all-our trade has brought us many
nuttr niialntvinrrj A ta vriiti
one of them? If not, we RrV I
again ask, why not?
ML F WILLIAMS & CO. mS&ST
POWER & DAULT0N
MAAS GOES TO RUSSELL.
Edward H. Maas, who for sovcrnl
years was ono of the efficient telegraph
operators at tho C. & O. station here,
hns been transferred to Kussell, where
ho hns tho second trick in tho "yards.
Ho will shortly raovo his family to Rlv
FOR SALE BY
Mrs. Frank Purdon of Wood street Is
visiting relatives in Cincinnati today.
Mrs. Lumai cnl daughter, Miss Ber
lio, aro ijiting relatlws at Hamilton,
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lovel aro sponding
several days at tho Gibson House, Cin
Mrs. Ella Walker was tho guest of her
daughter, Mrs. Roscoe Tuckor, on Pop
lar stroet, "Sunday and Monday.
Miss Floronco "Rogers has roMimed
from a two months' visit witu friend
and relatives iu Chicago and Indian
Mrs. J. C. Leer has roturned to hor
homo in MUIcrsburg from the bediide
o' hor sister, Mrs. R. P. Hopper, at
Rov. Robert Tollo of Georgetown
apent Saturday and Sunday with his
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. William A. Tollo,
of East Second street.
Rev. R. E. Moss, p:utor of the Chris
tian Church, Eminoui.'i), ICy., and for
merly pastor of tho church in this city,
is spending a few days bjro with trieuds
Miss Louio M. Dunham, Postmastor at
Dovor and sister, Miss Flora Dunham,
woro visiting in Maysvillo yestorday
and were wclcomo callers at Tho Ledger
Panama freo tolls repeal measure will
bo called up in Houso within ten days.
Good Flnt Mortgage Land Notes
Yildlng 6 and 7 Per Cent.
PRANK H. CLARKE.
First National Bank Building.
Founds of Tobacco Sold Over The
Maysvillo Market Tuesday At
Total sales 59.S15
Highest prico $17.50
Lowest prico 2.20
Special crop W. J. Weavor, Fleming
Total Bales 17,010
Highest prico $17.00
Lowost prico 2.G0
Total sales ..102-130
Highest prico "... 420.00
Lowest price -.-0
Special crop Andrew Hubor 4105
pounds, $10.55 average.
Ono of tho best days sales of the
Total sales 7,755
Highest price $17.50
Lowost prico 1.80
Totl salos "... 05,025
Highest prico $18.75
Lowest prico 2.00
"THE BEAUTIFUL SNOW"
All Out of Doors a Divine Masterpiece
This Morning Fleecy Festoons
And Good Luck Insurance Companies
In Maysvillo To Writo No New
There aro about 70 firo insuranco com
panios engaged in the underwriting
business iu Maysville, and owing to tho
new insuranco law just signed by tho
Govomor nil but two or throe will eeaso
writing insuranco in Mayhville.
Now is the timo to fight this thing
out and see who owns Kentucky, tho
Insuranco Trust or th0 people.
D. HECHINGER & CO.
Thn Biggest and Bost Clothing and Shno Store in Maysville.
TO THOSE WHO CONTEMPLATE BUYING AN
OVERCOAT OR SUIT
We wish to say that you had better come in now hile we have yet some good
things Many took advantage of the big reduction sale last week and the choice
garments are going fast. Be sure and get tickets on the Automobile.
Very truly yours,
D. HE30EiI3NrO-E5I2. &. CO.
TONIGHT CENTRAL PRESBY
You are invited to get rid of hoodoos
by bringing them to Mrs. James Stone,
A most intorestmg service at 7 p. m. h'ast Second street, on Friday, Marcli
Tho self-denial envelopes will be tncn 13th. Given by tho Kpworth League
up. Everybody cordially invited. I of tho Second M. E. Church South.
ANOTHER FLYER KILLED. -
Salisbury, Eng., March 10. Captain'
Cyril R. Downer was killed today by
full with his aeroplauo while llyiugovor
tho military aorodromo on Salisbury
Of courso I lovo to seo it come
It falls so soft and slow
But I'm nearly twice as glad
To seo it melt and go.
This morning tho inhabitants of this
blessod land awoko from dreamy slum
ber to find every thing out of doors fes
tooned with immaculato and fleecy gar
lands of snow. Soft and whito like
downy cotton, tho trees and shrubs and
buildings took on a fairy-liko appear
ance that caused ono to utter au oxcla
mation of wondor and delight.
It was tho work of tho DIvino Artist,
a heavonly masterpicco and well might
tLe poet have written of
' THE BEAUTIFUL SNOW. '
This winter is a record-breakor for
snows, and February and March are
each entitled to a spoclal prize for hav
ing thoir full allottmont of tho beautiful
and thon somo.
Today's snow is No. 21, according to
tho calculation of tho Snow Editor.
RELIGIOUS SPIRIT ARUUSED
Third Street M. E. Church Rovlval
Shows Remarkable Fervor For
"SWEET MELON MANUOES-a
Vorv flj ONION and OQOUtfBKR PiOKLhS. Thwe
u-a both BftF TJBR od aUSAPBR thaa you can make vbwn.
Tlliaw ua or-a kur today .
.1- :, Kmrtmm a. jaukktll
Tho success of tho rovlval at tho
Third Street M. E. Church is already
Pipured. This was tho feeling of ovory
one of tho largo crowd that attended
last ovening's eervlco. Dr. Bunton said
that ho had nevor seen a hotter spirit
ir a rovlval service Ho preached a
vry forceful and heart-starching ser
mon from Paul's word, "Let This Mind
Bo in You Which was in Christ Joiw."
Ho had tbo closest uttortion o& tho
lurge audlenco throughout, Indeed it
seemed that everyone was under tho
spell of.the wonderful Gospel message
Tho invitation song was "Let Him
Havo His Way with Thoo." Dr. Bun
Ion invited evoryone who was willing
to let Jesus have His way with them to
como forward and glvo him and the
pastor their hands. Tho larger part of
tho audionco acted upon th'i nit;ition
Ore young man was convertpd at the
altar and will come into membership of
.The singing is suroly catching tho
reople. When Howard Trent touchci
tho niano if thero is any song in ono
It ia euro to como out. During the song
sorvico bs Fist sang very Bweotly
"Rock of Ages, Cleft for Mo."
Theso sorviccs are going to increase
it. power and interest each day and
night. You are missing much if you
fail to attend Hwvlcos -'very "VoninK
at 7:30. come in time to join in tbo
song Ber.vice. It will do you good and
put yea in the, right. spirit or the Uos-
MlM,Df,1JitM lull ymt u,
S LK SALE
Opens Saturday, March 14th.
No othiT Silk Sale wo ever held approached it in size of stock, in variety of weaves and colors. Style
and Qutlity aio the mainsprings of tho Sale. No silks will onter it with only cheapness to recommend them.
Passu patterns barred. Discarded weaves and colors shot out. Only Silks approved by Fashion have been
Allowed to enter.
Friday's Ledger will give dotails. To generalize today, we state you will find silk at 29c to $2 yard,
with scores of price groups between.
Positively no silks on Hale bofore Saturday morning.
Extra selling space arranged for tho sale.,
Also a special display of trimmings.
Don't lail to visit ue even if you don't want to buy. You will find a silk stock that would do credit to
a town twice Majsvillo's size.
Be sure to real Friday's Ldgpr.
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MUNOIB, INDIANA, VOTES DRY
Muncio, Ind. Muncio decided against
having saloons by n majority of 40?
votes in the local option election here.
This city is tho sixth largest in th.)
State, having a population of 25,000.
TO MEET WITH MRS. KENNEDY.
Tho Ladies' Aid Society of the Sec
ond M. E. Church, South, will meet
Thursday aftornoon at 2 o'clock at tho
homo of Mrs. Sam Kennedy in Wil
BRADLEY TO WAR ON DEMO
Washington, March 10. Senator
llradloy is preparing to mnko a bitter
wnrfnro on tho confirmations of Demo
cratic nominees for postoQices nt Lon
don, ScottsvlUe nnd llnrdiusburg.
TO MEET WITH MRS. SNAPP.
Tho Ladies' Aid Society of tho For
est Avenuo M. E. dhurch will meet to
morrow aftornoon nt 2 o'clock with Mrs.
MRS. A. P. FELTZ, President.
MRS. J. C. SIMONS, Socretary.
YOU WILL HAVE TO LOOK
In Our Second Street Window and See for Yourself
We aro unable to do justice (to these twenty-flve dress patterns of 4 1-2 yds, each) in descriptive
words. Each pattern is different. Wo quote from a letter of Mr. A. L. Merz who made this purcha?:
"Somo of our friends in tho office here told me of a groat purchase they mado from a Big Import
ing Houso on Broadway. I don't believe that I can use adequate words to toll you tho beauty of these
goods. I bought 25 patterns, 4 1-2 yds.' each, although there may bo a couple of patterns that run
larger than this. These goods aro worth up to $4.00 yard and are all foreign goods.
"Mark them $8.95 for the pattern and you should make tho biggest noiso that was over done
in the town. They have given us tho exclusive Salo in Maysvillo."
I Only 35 Ladies can Share This Bargain. They Are on Sale Now.
m fc QR far f.Vio 4.14-Vovri Pofforn
B i .
$8.95 for the 4-Yard Pattern.
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